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Full text of "Rapid Population Growth Consequences And Policy Implications"

Indonesia, 109,113, 129,143-44, 589 Industrialization, 140, 238, 465-66, 631.
See also Technology Infant-child   mortality:   decline   in,   116,
169-70, 328, 329, 400, 631, 647, 649;
and   fertility,   156-57,   161-62,   164,
624,   630;   and   GNP,   377;  rates  of,
374-76. See also Birth interval; Family
size Information and education programs, 119,
120,211,213,217,373,525 Innovation, 178-79, 181, 193 Intelligence, 181-85, 187, 189, 424-29,
443-44
International agencies, 119 International aid, 241, 360, 369, 385; for
family   planning,   385,  399-400, 555,
560 Intra-uterine device (IUD), 120, 385, 389,
511,618 Investment, 205, 245, 254-55, 590; as
child costs, 151-53, 155, 160, 164-69,
193,264,265 Ireland, 107, 125,135 Irrigation, 248, 254, 262 Israel, 127,129,574 Italy, 5 23
Jamaica, 645
Japan: abortion in, 481-86, 492-94, 503-4, 497, 508-11, 520, 523; agriculture in, 256, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263; demographic patterns in, 109, 113,228, 590, 644, 673-74; demographic transition in, 136, 480; fertility decline in, 108, 119, 120, 125-27, 129, 137-38, 370; regional inequality in, 258
Jefferson, Thomas, 568
Jordan, 127
Judaism, 513, 514
Kenya, 491,5 06
Kinship networks, 296-99
Korea. See South Korean Republic
Kuznets, Simon, 177, 288, 292, 592
Labor force: and age structure, 117, 165, 167, 203-4, 573, 609, 650; agricultural, 247, 259-64, 268; as factor input, 175-77, 247; productivity of, 203, 205; quality of, 156n, 159-60, 177, 188-93,
332-34, 354; share of national income for, 159
Land: cultivating new, 226; holding and tenure systems of, 228, 243, 253, 573, 575, 583-85, 607; as limiting factor, 175-76,239, 247-48, 258, 267
Latin America: abortion in, 491, 493, 500, 505-6; agriculture in, 226, 257; attitudes on family planning in, 541-44, 539, 541; attitudes on population growth in, 535-39, 541, 547-51; birth rates in, 126, 128; demographic data on, 106, 112, 676-79; density in, 587; education in, 316, 318, 321, 322, 323, 324-25; family-size norms in, 499n; mortality decline in, 132; pollution indicators in, 230; population increase in, 105, 110, 112; rural-urban migration in, 275-77, 281, 284, 285, 287, 288; socio-economic development and fertility decline in, 129/1, 138-42; stationary birth level in, 649
Lebanon, 144
Less developed countries. See Developing Countries
Libya, 144
Life expectancy: through demographic transition, 115-17; in developed and developing countries, 109, 642-43; of females at birth, 139, 141, 143; increases in, 107, 201, 585, 644,645
Literacy, 139, 141, 144, 374-76
Low death-high birth rate societies, 640, 641,644,645
Macro, or aggregate, analyses, 116, 148
Madagascar, 642
Malaria, 370, 384, 399-400
Malaya, 108, 133n, 144, 574
Malaysia, 129,130,506
Malnutrition,   207,   455, 467,  471; and
birth interval, 444-45; and family size,
182, 187, 407-9, 423, 450-52. See also
Food
Managers, 178,650-51 Manpower. See Family planning programs;
Health services; Labor force; Teachers Market economy, 228, 590 Marriage, age  at,  126,  127, 129, 130,
610,647 Marriage squeeze, 674 254-55, 257, 258-59, 260, 262, 267; groups in, 598-600, 602; health service goals of, 376, 393, 396; population of, 109, 113; socioeconomic development and fertility in,129,143-44lity, 371